UPDATE: MyFoxHouston reports that two people are currently in custody and four people are injured after a shooting at the Lone Star College campus in Houston. The network adds:
The shooting happened just after noon Tuesday on the LSC campus in the 2700 block of WW Thorne Drive.
The Harris County Sheriff's Office says four people were taken to nearby hospitals.
-- Two were taken to Ben Taub for shooting-related injuries
-- One was taken to Houston Northwest Medical for shooting-related injuries
-- One was taken to Houston Northwest Medical for injuries not related to the shooting
One of the victims was listed in critical condition and the other was listed as "urgent".
Lone Star College, located in north Houston, was put on lockdown Tuesday after several people were shot and injured on campus, a local Fox affiliate reports.
One person is reportedly in custody and police are in pursuit of another potential shooter on the run.
Three victims were transported from the campus to area hospitals and the extent of their injuries could be, in certain cases, serious according to reports. Moments after the shooting, students could be seen being led out of the sprawling campus with their hands on their heads. Police SWAT teams were searching the campus
Reports indicate that the shooting may have arisen after a fight broke out between two people, at least one of them armed.
The campus is being evacuated and an emergency alert was sent to students and faculty advising them to take shelter and steer clear of the campus.
ABC reports that some students said they heard gunshots when they were in cafeteria. Campus spokesperson Vicki Cassidy says there is a safe shelter for students at the North Campus.
A woman was seen being wheeled out on an office chair, according to ABC.
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